In 2015, the ecommerce industry in MENA reached $15 billion dollars. Despite these numbers, the sector continues to experience persistent problems.
Divided into four live events, the Ecommerce Show Middle East is designed to help you tap into this lucrative opportunity and help you grow new revenue streams. It will take place on May 31 and June the 1st, at the Dubai International Convention Center, and is expected to attract 3,000 visitors and over 100 exhibitions.
The three cornestone of the conference are the following:
Now in its 17th year, Cards & Payments Middle East is where smart card, payments and identification experts from all Arab states, The Indian Subcontinent, Central Asia and across the globe meet.
Cards & Payments Middle East brings together the biggest global innovators, trailblazers and gurus that have exploded onto the payments landscape in recent years to inspire you.
Leveraging the unique geographical advantage that Dubai offers, The Retail Show Middle East brings the world of retail to Dubai for inspiration, education and shopping for the very best solutions available.
IBM, Intel, ShopperTrak, Honeywell, Zebra Solutions, Datalogic, G4S, Toshiba GCS, Brother, Cegid to name just a few, have met and done business with buyers from big retailers, family groups, brands, FSI’s, government and telecom operators.
Being a ‘mobile first’ company is no longer a differentiator, but rather an essential strategy for any business who
wants to survive in this digital age. Advancements in new contextual technologies has changed the game. Regional businesses need to know and understand how they can leverage this innovation to gain business advantage.
For the last four years, The Mobile Show Middle East has addressed the biggest issues that telco’s, enterprise and government have faced as they look to utilise mobile technology as a way to engage and sell to their customers.
Some of the topics handled in the conference include the following:
-Constant commerce: the digitisation of everything by David Rose, Author at M.I.T. Media Lab
-Prepurchase customer acquisition by Philip Smith, head of ecommerce, beauty and cosmetics, Chalhoub Group
-Personalized up-selling, by Mohammad Sajjad, ecommerce director, Extra
-Customer insights by Gaurav Chhaparwal, director of analytics at Souq.com
As for the workshops, beginners are in for a pleasant surprise as ecommece 101, social media marketing, big data and mobile payments will all be handled by industry experts such as Christophe Vergne, Mark van Rijmenam and Sucharita Mulpuru.
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